on 22-10-2009 06:03 PM
on 22-10-2009 07:39 PM
They're all basically the same game, but each version is an improvement of the last. Unite would be your best bet, it's got the most content and probably the best for new people as it explains everything a lot better.
When you get it, don't get frustrated if it starts off slow. You have to work your way through a few crap quests before you get into properly batter the living daylights of things. But once you're through the boring ones, you're set and the game gets good.
on 22-10-2009 11:24 PM
Also, it can get very fustrated while trying to hunt down your prey:
☺Other pest can get in your way and get you killed.
☺ Big monster kills you with some kind of a timed combo.
Its all fun and games, I died so many times in this game, its like my destiny to die at least twice now... lol
on 27-11-2009 03:20 PM
on 02-12-2009 09:04 AM
on 02-12-2009 09:23 AM
on 02-12-2009 01:31 PM
There isn't really any need to own both MHF2 and MHFU - I have them both, but only because I bought 2 as it was the first chance for any westerner to experience the 2nd in the series legitimately, and I wanted U because it has some new monsters and maps.
But if you don't have any, I would say just get Unite. Then if you really like it, get the first one if you have cash (and time lol) to burn, although bear in mind all the monsters in that are in all subsequent games too, but the village is different.
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